Nashville Seasons Junior League Cookbook - Tennessee
Nashville Seasons Junior League cookbook features regional and community recipes from the League's members, family and friends. Recipes include a difficulty scale to designate whether the recipe is quick and easy, average, or worth the effort. This is a well put together cookbook, one of the nicer Junior League cookbooks we have seen. There are tons of great recipes inside and each contains the name of the respective contributor.
Format: Plastic cover spiral bound, 361 pages
Publisher: The Junior League of Nashville, Inc.
Author: Members of The Junior League of Nashville, Tennessee
Description: In the main, Nashville cookery remains true to its traditions. The baked ham which so charmed LaFayette when he had lunch at the Hermitage in 1825 still charms the discriminating diners among us. The turnip greens which became a favorite in the 1840's have lost none of their desirability in twelve decades. Corn bread had so established itself by 1880 that making it was one of the prime exhibits of the Centennial held that year. Corn bread muffins remains one of our staffs of life.
These things being true, the cookbook rightfully has become one of Nashville's leading literary specialties, the recipe a major taking-off place for conversation, and a direction for better living.
Condition: Very good condition.
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